Trump 2020: The Joe E forever and Trump is still your President thread.

Joe E

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Okay...give me an example of a libertarian...either one who calls themselves a libertarian or one who you would call a libertarian who would support...say increasing the power of the EPA.


I have asked you essentially the same thing a few times now and you keep avoiding it Joe E. style.


Thanks.
:rofl The answer to that question was so obvious to anyone that has actually paid attention to national politics in the last 20 years, that even a novice such as yourself should've known the answer.
 
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Johnstown

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:rofl The answer to that question was so obvious to anyone that has actually paid attention to national politics in the last 20 years, that even a novice such as yourself should've known the answer.
Oh yeah good point.


Like a libertarian (or Libertarian) would never support a 59 year old no working loser sucking off the titty of the government.


Shocking is your disregard for your own values.
 

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SwollenGoat

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Trump's phone calls with world leaders are said to be so unhinged that US officials think the president is 'delusional' and a national security threat


  • The Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein on Monday painted a scathing portrait of President Donald Trump's conduct on the world stage, particularly as it relates to his conversations with other leaders.
  • Multiple sources described the US president as bullying and belittling allies while fawning over autocratic leaders.
  • Sources said that Trump behaved in a "near-sadistic" fashion with female leaders; that he talked to Russian President Vladimir Putin as if they're "two guys in a steam bath"; and that Turkey's president "took him to the cleaners."
  • Trump's behavior was said to be so unusual and erratic that it convinced several senior administration officials that the president was "delusional."
  • In some cases, Bernstein's CNN report said, Trump's actions led White House officials to conclude that the president posed a national security threat.

https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-delusional-calls-with-foreign-leaders-national-security-threat-cnn-2020-6


no shit?


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Okay...give me an example of a libertarian...either one who calls themselves a libertarian or one who you would call a libertarian who would support...say increasing the power of the EPA.


I have asked you essentially the same thing a few times now and you keep avoiding it Joe E. style.


Thanks.
When I mean small "L" libertarians, I mean, people that are socially libertarian and center right on economic issues who are also anti-war. Not far right economic people like Ron Paul. There are small "L" libertarians that support the epa, Gary Johnson is one. I don't know about "increasing the power of the epa", even alot of liberals just basically support keeping it as is which seems to be Johnson's position.

  • In September 2012, Johnson praised the Environmental Protection Agency, writing, "The EPA protects us against those that would pollute, and without them a lot more polluters would be allowed to pollute."
Source: https://ballotpedia.org/Gary_Johnson_presidential_campaign,_2016/Energy_and_environmental_policy#cite_note-9
 

Johnstown

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When I mean small "L" libertarians, I mean, people that are socially libertarian and center right on economic issues who are also anti-war. Not far right economic people like Ron Paul. There are small "L" libertarians that support the epa, Gary Johnson is one. I don't know about "increasing the power of the epa", even alot of liberals just basically support keeping it as is which seems to be Johnson's position.

  • In September 2012, Johnson praised the Environmental Protection Agency, writing, "The EPA protects us against those that would pollute, and without them a lot more polluters would be allowed to pollute."
Source: https://ballotpedia.org/Gary_Johnson_presidential_campaign,_2016/Energy_and_environmental_policy#cite_note-9
I think it's debatable that Gary Johnson was ever much of a libertarian really but I'll except that.


Still...even in his case...
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Johnstown

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He actually is a libertarian. He's just not the kind of wack job libertarian that you're thinking of. Keep in mind that he was at least libertarian enough to win the libertarian party nomination.
Sure... but here he is supporting cutting the EPA by 40%
 
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Sure... but here he is supporting cutting the EPA by 40%
To tell you the truth, I'd actually vote for a small "L" libertarian type of republican who was anti-war with a democratic congress over a corporatist democrat like Biden or Hillary with a democratic congress. Much in the same way I'd vote for a moderate republican who was anti-war and for medicare for all over a corporatist democrat like Biden or Hillary.

That's what I mean by "fucking with". Now those 2 election scenarios have almost no shot of happening but that's really what I mean. This system is so fucked up right now that I'd actually vote for someone I disagree with on a bunch of things if they could offer big meaningful reform on 1 or 2 issues.
 
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Joe E

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yet you didnt provide an answer,proving him less educated on the matter than even a 'novice'

odd :think1
He's living proof, Slap. Just like you are. Biden? A demented, reanimated corpse? Serously? The one constent that you and he share is being consistently wrong. In your case so wrong that you ran for 6 months, and people should take persons like that seriously? Fuck off, Slap. You lose.

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No, Joe. Get back in the basement.
 
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